The circular economy in the area of waste management implies their re‐use as a raw material in different production cycles. Both the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the residues from the agro sector and those of the products of the ceramics sector make possible to think of a feasible application. This review will illustrate some examples of recycling of residues deriving from animal and vegetable sectors (and two post consume products, spent coffee grounds, and packaging glass cullet), studied by the authors, falling within the concept of urban and agricultural sustainable development. Not only the most traditional products such as glass‐ceramics, glazes, bricks, but also the most innovative lightweight aggregates for plant structures or in and out soil cultivation, as well as additives such as deflocculants for ceramic suspensions, which will be illustrated from the design/production, characterization, and comparison with commercial products.

The circular economy of agro and post‐consumer residues as raw materials for sustainable ceramics / Andreola, Nora Maria; Lancellotti, Isabella; Manfredini, Tiziano; Barbieri, Luisa. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 1546-542X. - 17:1(2020), pp. 22-31. [10.1111/ijac.13396]

The circular economy of agro and post‐consumer residues as raw materials for sustainable ceramics

Fernanda Andreola;Isabella Lancellotti;Tiziano Manfredini;Luisa Barbieri
2020

Abstract

The circular economy in the area of waste management implies their re‐use as a raw material in different production cycles. Both the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the residues from the agro sector and those of the products of the ceramics sector make possible to think of a feasible application. This review will illustrate some examples of recycling of residues deriving from animal and vegetable sectors (and two post consume products, spent coffee grounds, and packaging glass cullet), studied by the authors, falling within the concept of urban and agricultural sustainable development. Not only the most traditional products such as glass‐ceramics, glazes, bricks, but also the most innovative lightweight aggregates for plant structures or in and out soil cultivation, as well as additives such as deflocculants for ceramic suspensions, which will be illustrated from the design/production, characterization, and comparison with commercial products.
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The circular economy of agro and post‐consumer residues as raw materials for sustainable ceramics / Andreola, Nora Maria; Lancellotti, Isabella; Manfredini, Tiziano; Barbieri, Luisa. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY. - ISSN 1546-542X. - 17:1(2020), pp. 22-31. [10.1111/ijac.13396]
Andreola, Nora Maria; Lancellotti, Isabella; Manfredini, Tiziano; Barbieri, Luisa
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